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Welcome to Edwin Kaiser’s Covert Life and his Little Black Book Linking Cuba, Watergate and the JFK Assassination:
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My father was a world adventurer, it wouldn’t be long before my father would find what it is he was looking for. Although, my father came off as some sort of tough guy, he always wanted to do what was right.
There’s a saying that goes something like this, tell me who you hang around with and I’ll tell you who you are.
My father made several acquaintances as we lived in Miami during the late 60′s and early 70′s. Some of the Cuban exiles even called my father a good friend, perhaps, there was a lot of mutual respect between each other.
President John F. Kennedy was a president my father loved dearly, as did the rest of the world. The day Kennedy was assassinated was the day it turned my fathers world around.
For some people, they have researched the Kennedy assassination their whole life, my father was poking his nose into the assassination as well, but what he didn’t realize was that the ole cliche “Cut off your nose to spite your face” would soon haunt him.
It is an expression used to describe a needlessly self-destructive over-reaction to a problem: “Don’t cut off your nose to spite your face” is a warning against acting out of pique, or against pursuing revenge in a way that would damage oneself more than the object of one’s anger.
You see, this is a story of a man who would later encounter individuals who were thieves, robbers, revolutionary leaders, assassins, informants, murders, drug dealers and so much more.
It appeared as though my father fit right in due to his military service background in the French Foreign Legion. His closest associate was Frank Sturgis, my father was the military revolutionary leader for an anti-Castro group called the Cubanos Unidos.
Here, you will learn much about Edwin Kaiser the man I call my father who often committed political-espionage as he would impersonate himself as a lieutenant in the United States Army stealing classified documents, weapons for his paramilitary group, and photographs taken of the men in Dallas Texas on the day of Kennedy’s assassination.
My father forged a passport under the name of Jerome Schneider to enter the country of Israel where he stayed for over three months before he was caught. My father wrote a letter to my mother asking her to contact Frank Sturgis and let him know where my father was staying at. And, within a few days of my mother giving this information to Frank my father was arrested in Israel, my mother had an idea as to who turned him in as did my father.
The CIA brought my father back from Israel and the FBI arrested him at JFK airport. My father didn’t have his briefcase with him when he was arrested, he only spent three months at Dade County Jail before the District Attorney General and the judge let him go.
This is just a small part of a remarkable story. My father was able to allude severing any prison time for entering another country with a forged passport, for stealing classified documents, weapons out of Homestead Air Force Base and impersonating himself as a lieutenant in the United States Army.
My father was able to allude any prison time for plotting or co-conspiring the assassination attempts of Wilfredo Navarro, Fidel Castro, “Papa Doc” Duvalier, Henry Kissinger and President Richard Nixon.
I ask you, how many people do you know of that could get away with such tasks and only spend three months in jail?
The CIA were after the photographs my father had. In my book you will find out what he did with his briefcase before leaving to Israel, and why the FBI or the CIA dropped all the charges.
As the FBI compared my father’s known arrest photographs to the forged passport of Jerome Schneider the FBI said, while some characteristics in common were noted between the photograph contained in the passport and the known photographs of Edwin Benjamin Kaiser Jr. A definite conclusion could not be reached as to whether they are the same individual due to lack of specific individual identifying characteristics. Q1 and K1 are returned with a copy of this report to their respective contributors. [FBI-Photo Laboratory Investigation D-760716017 PN].
I wonder? With all the information my father processed, do you suppose he was untouchable? Do you think he could have gotten away with murder too?
We hope that you enjoy the material posted as we move onward in our path of seeking the truth. We will continue to upload our findings of documents and interviews that helps light the way in a much needed dark place.
Wilfredo Navarro and Edwin Kaiser